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The Patriot Ledger
Posted Nov 18, 2008 @ 07:29 AM

QUINCY -

Chante N. Campbell, 19, of 79 Bridle Path Circle, Randolph, pleaded innocent to five counts of larceny of more than $250 by false pretense, 12 counts of larceny by false pretense of less than $250, and 16 counts each of identity fraud and improper use of a credit card. She was told to return to court on Jan. 3. The offenses allegedly occurred between May 19 and Nov. 12 in Randolph.
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Ngozi Odimegwu, 17, of Boston, pleaded innocent to shoplifting and receiving stolen property worth more than $250. She was told to return to court on Jan. 3. The offenses allegedly occurred on Nov. 10 at Claire's Store and Filene's Basement in Braintree.
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Jonathan Ruiz, 18, of Boston, pleaded innocent to possession of heroin and cocaine with intent to distribute, driving without a license and driving a vehicle on which the registration was suspended. He was told to return to court on Jan. 16. The offenses allegedly occurred on Nov. 10 in Quincy.
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Magdy H. Wasif, 40, of 39 Quincy Shore Drive, Quincy, pleaded innocent to larceny from a building. He was told to return to court on Dec. 29. Wasif allegedly stole a Toys for Tots donation bottle containing $74.16 on Oct. 18 from the Stop & Shop on Southern Artery in Quincy. Police recovered the bottle and money in a trash container outside of the store.
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James H. Core, 33, of 104 Intervale St., Quincy, pleaded innocent to drunken driving, driving negligently, driving without a license and malicious destruction of property worth more than $250. He was told to return to court on Jan. 6. The offenses allegedly occurred on Nov. 12 in Quincy.
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Stephen W. Harding, 19, of 235 Centre St., and Michael Plante, 19, of 67 Cleverly Court, both of Quincy, each pleaded innocent to vandalism. They were told to return to court Jan. 22. The offenses allegedly occurred Nov. 13 in Quincy.
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Leon Hatfield, 47, of Everett, pleaded innocent to receiving a stolen motor vehicle, unarmed robbery, assault and battery, driving after his license had been suspended, receiving a stolen motor vehicle, failing to stop or yield, failing to stop for a police officer, driving negligently, speeding and failing to stay in marked lanes. Bail was set at $25,000, and he was scheduled to return to court Dec. 9. The offenses allegedly occurred in September and October in Braintree, Cohasset and Quincy.

http://www.patriotledger.com/news/cops_and_courts/x1834493307/Quincy-District-Court
 
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